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Information Privacy Concerns, Procedural Fairness, and Impersonal Trust: An Empirical Investigation
This research addresses the tensions that arise between the collection and use of personal information that people provide in the course of most consumer transactions, and privacy. In today'sExpand
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"How Did They Get My Name?": An Exploratory Investigation of Consumer Attitudes Toward Secondary Information Use
  • M. Culnan
  • Computer Science
  • MIS Q.
  • 1 September 1993
This study addresses what differentiates consumers who object to certain uses of personal information from those who do not object. Expand
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How Large U.S. Companies Can Use Twitter and Other Social Media to Gain Business Value
Social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook enable the creation of virtual customer environments (VCEs) where online communities of interest form around specific firms, brands, or products. Expand
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Consumer Privacy: Balancing Economic and Justice Considerations
Consumer privacy is at the center of an ongoing debate among business leaders, privacy activists, and government officials. Although corporations face competitive pressures to collect and useExpand
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The intellectual development of management information systems, 1972-1982: a co-citation analysis
Researchers in all academic disciplines benefit from an understanding of the intellectual development of their field. Expand
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Mapping the Intellectual Structure of MIS, 1980-1985: A Co-Citation Analysis
  • M. Culnan
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • MIS Q.
  • 1 September 1987
This study is the second of two studies which assess the intellectual development of MIS. Expand
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Strategies for reducing online privacy risks: Why consumers read (or don’t read) online privacy notices
Online privacy notices are intended to promote consumer choice and reduce the risks of disclosing personal information online. However, these effects result only if consumers read and use theExpand
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Research in Management Information Systems, 1980-1984: Points of Work and Reference
An analysis of 271 MIS articles published during 1980-84 in six academic journals and one conference proceedings. Expand
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The dimensions of accessibility to online information: implications for implementing office information systems
Information accessibility is a multidimensional concept encompassing physical access to a terminal and the system, the command language, and the ability to retrieve the desired information successfully. Expand
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